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When you think about houses that need homeowners insurance, the type of house that you’ll most likely think of is the usual bungalow or 2 story house in the suburbs. Spacious family houses aren’t the only that needs insurance, as it also applies to those who own an apartment, mobile home, condo, landmarks, historical, and tiny homes. Homeowners insurances also come in various types, and these include.
1. Basic Form (HO1)
This type of homeowners insurance policy is the most limited coverage standpoint. This is also called the Peril Policy, as it only covers the specific perils in your policy. Here are some of the things that the policy covers:
2. Broad Form (HO2)
This insurance policy is more common than the basic form type, not only does it cover the same perils that the basic form type provides, but it also includes:
3. Special Form (HO3)
This is another type of policy that is common for homeowners. This policy is a comprehensive policy and affordable open peril policy, which means they cover almost everything except for the conditions that outline the policy. Here are some of the common exclusions that you usually see in open peril policies:
What is and isn’t covered in your homeowner's insurance will be varied by your insurer, therefore you would want to read over what your insurance policy covers to make sure you have the things you need. Coverages for floods, earthquakes, and mudslides aren’t covered by some policies. So, if you live in a place that is prone to these natural disasters, you should always review your insurance coverage before paying.
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